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Winter travel is not everyone’s cup of tea: You have to carry more luggage, roads can be dangerous, flights are delayed. But for those cold weather enthusiasts who love the who love the crystal clarity of winter air, the creak of cold, dry snow underfoot, and the exhilaration of sliding, slipping, schussing, or skiing through bracing air, we have have some — dare we say it — super cool trips.
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Recent Winter Articles:
- Riding A Snowcat Groomer Into the Sunset in British Columbia
- A Flatlander Skiing Wintergreen, Virginia
- Photographing Northern Lights in Churchill, Manitoba
- Dogsledding at Station Touristique Duchesnay, Quebec
- Cross-country Skiing in Yellowstone National Park
- Watching the Start of the Iditarod in Anchorage, Alaska
- Embracing the Cold at the Quebec Winter “Carnaval”
- Driving a Reindeer Sled at the Arctic Circle in Finland
- Don’t skimp on kid gear. Yes, they’ll outgrow it and that is infuriating, but a cold kid is an unhappy — and sometimes dangerously unhealthy — kid.
- Try family winter trips close to home to find out tolerance levels and equipment needs before you splurge on airfare and expensive condos and hotels.
- Read up on frostbite and hypothermia before doing out winter adventures. When it comes to these two “killers of the unprepared” prevention is by far the best course of action.